The Art Institute of Dallas Reviews
- Dallas (TX)
- Annual Tuition: $19,354
0% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
0% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 10/22/2017
- Degree: Video Game Design
- Graduation Year: 2021
"The school is a scam. They say that they are non profit but nothing is different. The longer you are there the more imperfect the whole place becomes. The only thing they got right is promoting the school to look better then it is. To trick new people so they spend all their money. The school kit is a bad joke over priced junk you ether never use or are all used up in the first month. At the start of ever new class there is always some problem. Not enough computer per person things break or other glitches. The longer you are at the school the harder it becomes to leave. By the time you are ready to go you wont even have a half descent portfolio. Or a jumble of weird this that dont connect and dont work well together."
- Reviewed: 4/4/2017
- Degree: Communications
- Graduation Year: 2018
"They will tell you anything to get in the door. because that is what the school cares most about bringing in new students. Not actually trying to teach them. They tell you that they will help with financial difficulties but when you need their help they are nowhere to be found. They tell you that you will have plenty of time to do the massive projects and you do have time if you don't sleep or work anywhere. they call the school nonprofit now as if that changes the who school when nothing is different from before. The students can tell something is wrong with this place. That's why the students are transferring to other schools. that actually teach you what you need to know to be a successes in their field."
- Reviewed: 11/30/2015
- Degree: Graphic Design
- Graduation Year: 2009
"It was a good place to learn technical and creative processes with the Teachers, but as a whole would not recommend due to the inflated prices of everything (books, art supplies, printing, etc.), bad career services after graduation and recruiters that are only concerned about the commission they receive for each student. It is not for everyone, I may be a little biased since my experience was as such."